Joseph W. Grier Academy

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Fifth Grade Washington DC Trip - Pay in Full AZ423-2 AZ423-2 Fifth Grade Washington DC Trip - Pay in Full 5th Grade End of Year Washington DC Trip - Overnight trip for 2 nights. Leave Wednesday, 4/22 at 6:00 am and return Friday, 4/24/20 around 10:00 pm. Trip is $383.00 per student includes hotel accommodations, coach bus transportation, meals and all entrance fees to activities. PAY IN FULL $383.00 Yewcic,Alicia 05 NA NA $383.00
Fifth Grade Washington DC Trip AZ423-VAR1 AZ423-VAR1 Fifth Grade Washington DC Trip - Second deposit 5th Grade End of Year Washington DC Trip - Overnight trip for 2 nights. Leave Wednesday, 4/22 at 6:00 am and return Friday, 4/24/20 around 10:00 pm. Trip is $383.00 per student includes hotel accommodations, coach bus transportation, meals and all entrance fees to activities.Second Deposit - $127.67 due by 12/20/19. Yewcic,Alicia 05 NA NA $0.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Brown AZ423-16 AZ423-16 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Brown Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Brown,Kelly 03 NA NA $15.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade AZ423-10 AZ423-10 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Dotson Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Dotson,Teneisha 03 NA NA $15.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Gobah AZ423-13 AZ423-13 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Gobah Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Gobah,Stacie 03 NA NA $15.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Greenham AZ423-14 AZ423-14 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Greenham Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Greenham,Jennifer 03 NA NA $15.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Moser AZ423-12 AZ423-12 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Moser Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Moser,Regina 03 NA NA $15.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Wymer AZ423-15 AZ423-15 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Wymer Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Wymer,Diane 03 NA NA $15.00
Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Young AZ423-11 AZ423-11 Latta Plantation - Third Grade- Ms. Young Third Grade will tour Latta Plantation and explore the dynamics of a 19th century back-country plantation and the lives of those who lived and worked at Latta. They will tour the plantation house, cook house and slave cabin. Roles discussed include the planter family and enslaved African Americans (skilled artisans, field hands, and house servants.) Young,Trace 03 NA NA $15.00
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